A trust set up by a former campaigning police officer, the Victims of Crime Trust, has been voluntarily dissolved after it failed to account for hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of donations, and failed to submit accounts for more than four years.

The trust was “mismanaged”, according to the Charities Commission by its founder, Norman Brennan and his team.

Brennan, who has enjoyed much misguided media support, was formerly a constable with British Transport Police, the farce paid for and controlled by the transportation companies.

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